Fresh off their rebrand from Liverpool Ladies, the Liverpool Women announced their fixtures for the upcoming 2018-2019 season, including cup and league fixtures. Get excited, because football is about to truly come home.
(I’m not sorry for that joke).
The Red Women start the season off with a Continental Tyres Cup match against newly minted Manchester United Women on August 19th. Liverpool previously faced Casey Stoney’s women in a closed door friendly earlier this summer, so this will be the first time they play for real stakes against half of their former team.
The season well and truly starts with a trip to Arsenal on September 9th and will end on May 12th with a Merseyside Derby at home, wherever that home may be. There’s also notable meetings with a trip to Chelsea on October 28th before coming home to meet Manchester City on November 4th.
The home stadium is still be decided this season, with hopes that the Women can continue to call Select Security Stadium home. They finished their season at Prenton Park last year, home of Tranmere Rovers, but there’s no updates regarding where they might continue to play.
19 – Manchester United Women (H) – Continental Tyres Cup – 2pm
9 – Arsenal Women (A) – 2pm
16 – Durham Women (A) – Continental Tyres Cup – 12pm
23 – Brighton & Hove Albion Women (A) – 2pm
30 – Reading FC Women (H) – 2pm
14 – Yeovil Town Ladies (H) – 2pm
21 – West Ham Women (A) – 3pm
28 – Chelsea FC Women (A) – 2pm
4 – Manchester City Women (H) – 2pm
18 – Bristol City Women (A) – 3pm
25 – Birmingham City Ladies (H) – 2pm
2 – Everton Ladies (A) – 2pm
6 – Everton Ladies (H) – Continental Tyres Cup – 7pm
9 – Reading FC Women (A) – 2pm
12 – Reading FC Women (A) – Continental Tyres Cup – 7.30pm
6 – Brighton & Hove Albion Women (H) – 2pm
13 – Yeovil Town Ladies (A) – 3pm
27 – West Ham Women (H) – 2pm
10 – Arsenal Women (H) – 2pm
13 – Chelsea FC Women (H) – 7pm
31 – Manchester City Women (A) – 2pm
21 – Bristol City Women (H) – 2pm
28 – Birmingham City Ladies (A) – 2pm
12 – Everton Ladies (H) – 2pm
Following Liverpool on their social media accounts - Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram - is the best way to follow each match as they happen. Match broadcasts, either on television or Facebook Live, will be announced as the matches come up.
Here’s to a successful first season for our new Red Women.